Open Thread – Saturday, 30 July 2022

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  1. Timothy Neilson says:

    John W says:
    August 1, 2022 at 5:17 pm
    Shy Ted says:
    August 1, 2022 at 5:14 pm

    This – The TGA has identified 13 reports where the cause of death was linked to vaccination from 910 reports received and reviewed
    does not equate with this – In 2022, there were 59,147 deaths that occurred by 30 April and were registered by 30 June, which is 8,513 (16.8%) more than the historical average.
    Simple. Doctors aren’t reporting. Need a more detailed breakdown of ages, causes etc.

    How can they not report?

    The text below is from the Queensland Health Dept’s instructions to doctors.
    You’ll see that if they don’t think the vaccine is a cause of death they are instructed to go ahead and issue the death certificate.
    If they think it is (see the bolded bits) – “the doctor should seek advice” from the government. Note there’s nowhere to send an email or even a text message, even after hours. It’s almost like the government doesn’t want a written record that a doctor thought the vaxx killed someone.

    I’ve tried to put on the link – hope it works. If not, search covid vaccine death certificate Queensland and it should come up.

    “Where the doctor is comfortable the death is from a natural cause unrelated to the COVID-19 vaccine, the doctor is
    encouraged to issue a cause of death certificate. The death does not need to be discussed with or reported to the
    Doctors assessing if the death is from a natural cause unrelated to the COVID-19 vaccine should ask themselves these
    Has the vaccine directly caused the death?
    • Has the vaccine caused a side effect or complication that has caused or significantly hastened the person’s death?
    • Is there a need to reference the COVID-vaccine and/or a vaccine-related complication on the cause of death certificate?
    If the answer to any of these questions is yes/possibly/probably/likely or unclear the doctor should seek advice from
    the Coronial Registrar, Coroners Court of Queensland during business hours on (07) 3738 7050 or after hours on (07)
    3738 7166.”

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  2. mh says:

    Good to see this still getting views

    Zelensky ‘not all he’s portrayed as’ by Western media: Bernardi
    625,268 views29 Jul 2022

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  3. Steve trickler says:
  4. mh says:

    Andy Ngô 🏳️‍🌈
    Court filings reveal new info about Nicholas Roske, the suspect who allegedly took steps to assassinate Judge Kavanaugh. Affidavit says Roske planned to kill 3 judges & that social media was used in planning. Additionally, Roske is revealed to be trans & goes by name “Sophie.”

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  5. Steve trickler says:

    Dice, in fine form. 👍

    Good on him!


    Why Are No Conservatives Talking About This?!

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  6. Ragu says:

    It’s almost like the government doesn’t want a written record that a doctor thought the vaxx killed someone.

    Does it matter? If the quack agrees to MyoPC but the dot guvs say ‘yeah but, not by the vaccine’ then the data point still remains. So it would show up in some stat (under a rock out the back someplace) and manifest as a rate above the long term background rate.

    Unless they delete any reference to MyoPC and it’s natural causes all the way to the 8th circle of hell.

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  7. mh says:

    While the MSM were telling the world the Russian economy was doomed, the United States economy was in recession.

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  8. rosie says:

    Michael Severtus was not killed for his views on blood circulation but for his heretical views on the trinity and baptism, by Calvin (the Catholic church burnt him in effigy only).

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  9. John says:

    One millimetre lower or stronger compared to Labor?
    That makes the Libs better and deserving of being in government?

    No mention of support for Conservative values.
    They still don’t realise why they lost the election.

    Unfortunately, they know full well there are miniscule votes in conservative values based on Christianity. The LNP still got far more votes than the combined freedom parties.

    To drive this point home further, in the latest Census, about 40% of Australians bragged that they trashed their Christian heritage. I think it’s far, far more than that because I suspect many who don’t practice Christianity, voted instinctively merely to tick boxes and just be done with it.

    Tragically, I suspect we are a dying breed and politicians don’t want to alienate the overwhelming majority against voting for them. They want to be elected.

    They don’t want us! Our political home now is with one of the freedom parties, even though most people (demanding to be slaves of government) have been deluded to look down upon us as a laughing stock, because there are so few of us. They haven’t got the capacity to understand that the joke is on them.

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  10. Shy Ted says:

    Thanks, Tim. I knew that “advice to doctors” was somewhere. Unexpected deaths are still meant to go to autopsy. But they aren’t.
    In sports news, men getting a yellow card and miss the next match if they do this. The tweets are unhinged. She’s clearly Emily Pankhurst.
    Satire or prediction?

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  11. Shy Ted says:

    In mug form
    You used to have to watch out for the coloured hair, now it’s the, um, “style”?

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  12. Arky says:

    Tragically, I suspect we are a dying breed and politicians don’t want to alienate the overwhelming majority against voting for them. They want to be elected.

    1. You can’t complain about losing the culture wars when conservatives never showed up with their wallets open to fight that war. Where were the conservative film companies, conservative publishing houses, conservative law firms, conservative universities? They didn’t exist because conservatives didn’t pay to make them exist.
    2. These things go in cycles, driven by age demographics. We are in for a tough decade, but the 2030s will be better and the 2040s will be excellent. Age old traditional values exist because they work. They prevent you from getting monkey pox in the rectum. They will be seen to work again for a whole new generation if that generation is introduced to them. Values like modesty, moderation, thrift, honesty and industriousness.
    3. Led astray by the laisser fairy libertarians, who minced up to them with protestations of being their only friends, conservatives are in for a beating, rightly so. And a blow out of stupid ideas, lazy thinking and all the confusions created by trying to defend your social position and property by selling out your values. Poorer and wiser, those that survive will be the foundation of a whole new society to come.

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  13. Arky says:

    The last ten years of conservatism has been one long howl of “we don’t have anyone to vote for, who will save us”?
    Wrong. Wrong. Wrong.
    Your values don’t need saving by politicians.
    Really? You though a politician could be the guardian of your values?
    Live your values. Teach your values. If they are the right values they will win out and you can go to your grave at the end of a good life in peace, no matter what the politicians and hippies are doing.

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  14. mh says:

    Nobody is safe until every human has the monkeypox vaccine

    New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) declared a state of emergency over the monkeypox outbreak that has now infected over 1,200 people in the city, representing a quarter of all cases in the U.S.

    Adams said his order will bolster the city’s efforts “to educate, vaccinate, test, and treat as many New Yorkers as possible and ensure a whole-of-government response to this outbreak.”

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  15. Ragu says:

    Led astray by the laisser fairy libertarians, who minced up to them

    Liberterians are the trojan horse creating the slippery slope.

    Its only gays, as long as they keep it zipped up in front of me

    It’s only gay marriage, it doesn’t affect me

    Its only a bath house, if they want to share the pox thats their choice

    Its only a beagle, got nothing to do with me

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  16. Ragu says:

    Its only a blog, who cares if I act like a jerk and abuse you. Free speech man

    Doesn’t matter if it’s made in Myanmar, only thing that matters is the upfront cost

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  17. johanna johanna says:

    Shy Ted, I love your work. 🙂

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  18. JohnJJJ says:

    Biden/CIA recons their drone strike has killed Dr Zawahiri, leader of Al Qaeda. They have simply sent him to paradise to be with the M. It makes no difference to the salafists. There are plenty of new ‘leaders’ – in Islam, each male is a leader. As an ideology it just reaffirms their beliefs.

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  19. candy says:

    Live your values. Teach your values. If they are the right values they will win out and you can go to your grave …
    Good point by Arky but I do think folks need sort of “role models” in the arena of politics/public life to help feel they are validated on the background of media lies and abuse.
    Peter Dutton seems a good bloke and has to get in his groove but I wonder if Tony Abbott is out of the question completely?

    Anthony Albanese presents as a nice gentleman and people took to him after Scott Morrison’s pork barreling and changing his mind constantly that you could not cotton onto what his belief system was.
    Perhaps the Libs again need a tough but more consistent leader.
    just asking.

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  20. Steve trickler says:

    Stew Peters:

    Today on the Stew Peters Show, we proudly present the worldwide premiere of “These Little Ones”.

    Millions of children vanish each year.
    83,000 each month.
    2,700 a day.
    115 per hour.
    1 every 30 seconds.
    It makes you wonder…where do they all go?

    From the producers of “Watch the Water”, directors Matthew Miller Skow and Nicholas Stumphauzer tackle the dark underworld of CPS sex trafficking, elite pedophilia, and the shady death of truth seeking icon Isaac Kappy.

    WORLD PREMIERE: These Little Ones

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  21. Steve trickler says:

    Avi, Rukshan and three young chaps from the JWJ show:

    The teens from @The JWJ Show demonstrate more bravery, integrity and common sense than all the ADULTS who attacked them combined.

    Teens STALKED and ABUSED by ‘tolerant leftists’

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  22. mh says:

    Jim Chalmers has told parliament household budgets will feel the pain of the latest increase.

    “Now, Australians knew that this was coming, but it won’t make it any easier for them to handle. This cycle of interest rates rises began before the election, in response to inflationary pressures that began accelerating at the beginning of this year,” he said.

    “This decision doesn’t come as a surprise, it’s not a shock to anybody, but it will still sting. Families will now have to make more hard decisions about how to balance the household budget, in the face of other pressures like higher grocery prices and higher power prices.”

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  23. Ragu says:

    Lovers of wog ball, rejoice. Gobshyte Gary Linnecker has been cancelled

    PJW (bare headed)

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  24. mh says:

    Women’s soccer?

    I didn’t know there was a tournament on.

    How did the Aussie girls go?

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  25. mh says:

    Have women soccer players been having strokes and heart attacks like the vaxxed men?

    If not, they need to lift.

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  26. Ragu says:

    Maybe that’s why they are getting cocky. Vaxx induced amenorrhoea and no hearties

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  27. Shy Ted says:

    Nobody is safe until every human has the monkeypox vaccine

    You mean…?

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  28. mh says:

    Senator Babet
    This was my first time making a statement in the Senate. I was given two minutes. So I spoke quickly. Maybe a little too quickly. What do you think?

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  29. Bazinga says:

    Roske is revealed to be trans & goes by name “Sophie.”

    Guess he thinks hes going to a womens prison

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  30. Ragu says:

    You mean…?

    Nah, monkeypox is an orthopoxvirus. Adenos are becoming major currency in the gene therapy space as a vector for gaining entry to cells.

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  31. Ragu says:

    Solid from Babet, plus his attire is second to none.

    One quibble, I thought the communists of Chyna were build 250 odd coal power stations, not 43.

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  32. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.


    wolf bark growl:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane meeting new people in Malibu 15

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  33. mh says:

    Solid from Babet, plus his attire is second to none.

    Australians should be alarmed that coal-fired energy production falls by 60% by the year 2030. The inflationary cost of this will be huge, and we currently have an annualised inflation rate of 6.1%. Phillip Lowe may as well surrender now.

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  34. mh says:


    Homeless, suicidal, down to last $1,000: Celsius investors beg bankruptcy judge for help

    …Beyond the financial devastation described in each of these letters, one recurring theme centers around a sense of betrayal over the breach of trust between Celsius CEO Alex Mashinsky and his customers.

    Three weeks after Celsius halted all withdrawals due to “extreme market conditions” — and a few days before the crypto lender ultimately filed for bankruptcy protection — the platform was still advertising in big bold text on its website annual returns of nearly 19%, which paid out weekly.

    “Transfer your crypto to Celsius and you could be earning up to 18.63% APY in minutes,” read the website on July 3…


    Peter Schiff Exposed Mashinsky’s Celsius Scam Seven Months Before It Imploded

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  35. Black Ball says:

    Not sure who shared the pic of the rainbow flags in the shape of the swastika, but I hope you didn’t end up like old mate here.

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  36. Shy Ted says:

    Adam Bandit on the National Press Club today. Followed by searching media questions. Not.
    Can’t agree with your acceptance of what big pharma says about virus types and vaccines, Ragu. Consider they’ve spent the last 2 years, and likely a lot longer, lying to us I’m not willing to accept anything they say. Same goes for gummints and media.

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  37. Black Ball says:

    Because you may have caused some miserable prick some anxiety.

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  38. Shy Ted says:

    The man who died twice
    This was the revered scholar who was droned the other day. Please, please, please let it be another wonderful humiliation for Biden.

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  39. Ragu says:

    Fair enough. Going spazz literal the pox genome wont fit in an Adeno.

    But you’re right, who knows whats going on.

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  40. mh says:

    Seeing as we are heading back to 1970s stagflation, you can watch The Bionic Woman right now on Ch99.

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  41. Black Ball says:

    Long Hail Lord Andrews! The so called Opposition in Victoriastan is just so, so stupid. The Hun:

    ‘Opposition leader Matthew Guy insists there should be no questions hanging over a donor scandal within his office that has been dubbed a “secret deal to breach donation laws”.

    Mr Guy, who only fronted the media when approached as he left parliament on Wednesday morning, said he could not understand why people viewed the incident as a potential corruption risk.

    “It’s absolutely not … Shouldn’t it say everything to Victorians that nothing was signed, there was no agreement and nothing followed through,” he told 9 News.

    “Nothing proceeded, as opposed to the Labor Party who systematically rorted taxpayers’ money for years and years over two elections. That’s the difference.

    “I find it an affront that the government would even have the gall … the gall of the government to say to me that we need to talk about probity.”

    Mr Guy would not clarify the sequence of events that saw his former chief of staff, Mitch Catlin, send him an email, asking for funds for his private business, to be forwarded to a wealthy donor.

    Mr Catlin resigned on Tuesday after it emerged that he had reached out to horse racing identity Jonathan Munz for funds.

    As revealed by the Herald Sun on Tuesday, billionaire businessman Jonathan Munz refused the “unsolicited” donation bid from Mr Catlin.

    In a statement to the Herald Sun, Mr Munz said: “I do not know how many people received this unsolicited and unwanted email, but when I got it, I rejected it out of hand.”

    Asked to explain how Mr Munz received the email, when Mr Guy maintains he didn’t forward it on to anyone, Mr Guy said: “I don’t know the answer to that.”

    “I haven’t spoken to either of the two about that and I don’t intend to because nothing was signed,” he added.

    Mr Guy said he had only met Mr Munz on a couple of occasions but “I certainly haven’t had this conversation with him”.

    He maintained Mr Catlin’s wage was entirely funded through the budget allocated by the Department of Premier and Cabinet, adding that it was all above board.

    “There is no question because there was no agreement. You can’t have a question over something that doesn’t exist,” he added.

    “This is in stark contrast to the government where there were agreements, where the taxpayer was rorted. That’s very, very different.

    “I won’t take lectures on integrity when my chief of staff stood down, and no one from my staff will take lectures from the government when we have done the right thing.

    “We have reacted appropriately when there was nothing agreed to and nothing signed.”

    So of course Andrews referred the Liberal Party to IBAC for a closer look at these dealings. FMD

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  42. mh says:

    Never mind the hospital crisis or rental crisis

    Gender shake-up coming to Qld birth certificates

    Major changes may soon be coming to Queensland birth certicates with parliament to debate a gender shake-up later this year.

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  43. mh says:

    Looks like Cori Bernardi is heading to a million views

    Zelensky ‘not all he’s portrayed as’ by Western media: Bernardi
    884,759 views 29 Jul 2022

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  44. Steve trickler says:

    Spot on. Many will agree with her.


    Pauline Hanson’s Please Explain

    The creation of a ‘voice to Parliament’ will not – as the Prime Minister would have us believe – be a unifying moment.

    It is an attempt to rewrite the past, manipulate the present and destroy the future.

    I’ve already been contacted by elders on traditional lands who say they do not support the voice and had no say in the Uluru Statement.

    This will be no different to the Stolen Generations apology.

    Let me remind you of the reason for this apology – we were told it was necessary for us to move forward together as a united nation.

    How has that worked out?

    The Prime Minister’s contempt for these dissenting voices – including Aboriginal voices – is very clear.

    His contempt for those who rightly and justly request details of the proposed ‘voice’ such as its powers, functions and costs has also been very clear.

    He is not promoting unity at all.

    The Prime Minister is deliberately stoking division, and stoking it on racial lines.

    As Senator Price noted in her landmark first speech in this chamber, many indigenous Australians have not been consulted about the ‘voice’ and many have no clue what it’s about.

    This is coming from an Aboriginal woman.

    The Prime Minister has dismissed her comments, saying they don’t stack up.

    No, it’s his comments which don’t stack up.

    That’s because the Prime Minister is only listening to the Aboriginal industry whose gravy train relies on separating Australians by race and entrenching disadvantage.

    I have been saying this for decades.

    There is nothing in this proposal which addresses real disadvantage.
    There is nothing in this proposal that will end the violence, poverty and failure of service delivery in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

    There is nothing in this proposal which indicates how much this entire exercise will cost Australian taxpayers.

    However, I feel compelled to note the annual funding of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission in its final years was well north of a billion dollars.

    It’s almost certain a referendum alone will cost in excess of $120 million.
    A better solution would be to hold the referendum at the next election – what’s the rush?

    There is much in this proposal which is open-ended, ill-defined and fraught with peril.

    The risk is very real that the sovereignty all Australians have over their land and country will be handed to a racial minority.

    Why does this have to be in the Constitution?

    What is the real ulterior motive?

    This can only be about power, creating a nation within a nation.

    This can only be about taking power from whitefellas and giving it to blackfellas.

    This is Australia’s version of apartheid.

    Are they prepared for the compensation or reparations which will be demanded when the High Court decides “traditional ownership” means sovereign control?

    Where will you stand given you acknowledge traditional ownership every day?

    Do you acknowledge that I – like millions of Australians – legally own my land and worked very hard for it?

    Don’t I have rights to my land too?

    Can’t you acknowledge my connection to my land, and my love for my country?

    I note Lidia Thorpe’s racist interjection in the past when she told me to go back where I came from.

    She can rest assured that I did indeed go back where I came from – back to Queensland, where I was born and where I raised my children.

    Where my parents and grandparents were born.

    There is nowhere else for me to go.

    Australia is my home.

    Australia is our home, indigenous and non-indigenous alike.

    The Prime Minister says the voice won’t have a veto power, but he cannot speak for future governments.

    And what legislation before Parliament must be referred to the voice for consultation?

    Who will be eligible to stand for election to the voice, and who will be eligible to vote?

    We need a stronger definition of aboriginality.

    From 2016 to 2021, the number of Australians identifying as indigenous rose by 92,000 or 26% while our overall population increase – including immigration – was only 8%.

    This is what we call ‘jumping on the bandwagon’.

    There is much in this proposal which reeks of the empty gestures and symbolism which make woke progressives feel good about themselves, but otherwise achieve nothing.

    It also reeks of the disgusting, patronising attitudes that privileged bureaucrats and lawmakers routinely adopt towards indigenous Australians, proud members of a culture which has endured for tens of thousands of years.

    Unlike both sides of the Senate chamber I have listened to indigenous Australians and their elders.

    Stop using them as fodder for your own purposes.


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  45. Arky says:

    The sidewinder missile had it’s debut over the Taiwan strait.
    My father in law was ground crew for the F104 star fighters in that conflict.
    My mandarin isn’t good enough to fully understand what he told me, but it was something along the lines that there is an island in the straits that he would never want to visit, because there would be so many PLA ghosts there. They slaughtered them.

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  46. Steve trickler says:

    Doc Coleman:

    This is a long standing series of small items which have caught my eye or mind and which seem relevant, startling, amusing or all three. Occasionally, items which appear here may return as a longer piece. Mostly they will not.

    Passing Observations 119

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  47. Steve trickler says:

    Wait, what’s this? Does Jacinta have a penis?

    It could be fake.



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  48. Steve trickler says:


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  49. mh says:

    Trans Tasman relations are looking up.

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  50. mh says:

    An important video from RB today

    Russell Brand
    5.83M subscribers

    Child booster shots are supported by everyone at the CDC and FDA, right? Because they’re following the science. But are they really, and is everyone at the CDC and FDA really behind the decision?
    #covid #vaccine #cdc #biden #fda

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  51. Steve trickler says:

    The following goes for one and a half hours. A follow up from the
    the previous Beardon video.

    Skip to 1:23:48 and Dutch gives his take on all of it.

    Via Dutchsinse:

    This was sent to me in a package from Lt. Col Thomas Beardens company (which has now disappeared from the internet) after he passed away with the message “Dutch- don’t know if you’ve seen THIS one”

    Needless to say, we’ve got a series of stories and explanations on Nikola Tesla from Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden that will absolutely floor you.

    He explains a new device that he made (Lt. Col. Bearden) on how to harness and use free energy using current electrical lines going into our houses and on power poles around the world. Amazing.

    Also amazing, the part about the French scientists and their work on curing certain diseases. As well as the part about transmitting “sicknesses”, as well as transmitting cures.

    This one is next level, and I know you haven’t seen it before, since someone went to great lengths to have this video removed everywhere!

    The TRUE story of Nikola Tesla – told by Lt. Col. Thomas Bearden – Free Energy device explained !!

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  52. Delta A says:

    Steve trickler says:
    August 3, 2022 at 4:06 pm

    Excellent post, Steve. Thanks.

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  53. Steve trickler says:

    Tony Heller:

    Kentucky has had much worse floods and has received far more rainfall in the past. But the press and politicians are using Kentucky flooding to spread misinformation as part of their ongoing efforts to demonize low-cost reliable energy.

    Kentucky Climate Crisis

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  54. Steve trickler says:

    The HighWire with Del Bigtree:

    In 2021, Leilani Lutali was denied a life saving kidney transplant by a Colorado hospital for her vaccination status. Watch the tearful follow-up to this life or death story as she and her donor rejoin Del.


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  55. Steve trickler says:

    Great editing.

    A lot of young people will have fun discovering those who are dancing.

    Old Movie Stars Dance to Michael Jackson

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  56. Steve trickler says:

    I remember when Basil Zempilas was on channel Stokes sticking the boot into those parents who did not want the jab in order to visit their sick kids in hospital. Just remember Bazz, you media whore, it is all on record

    Are you up for Telethon this year, Bazz? Are you going to say….. let’s inject all the kids?

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  57. Steve trickler says:

    It is a duty for all catering businesses to tell all local MSM whores to f8ck off!

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  58. Steve trickler says:

    Oh, the Telethon Institute attached to the Children’s hospital in Perth……….Big Pharma all way!

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  59. Steve trickler says:

    So many f*ckwits buying a newspaper in WA. STOP relying on those pricks in Osborne Park!

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  60. Steve trickler says:

    For the record, a lot of money goes into Telethon staff pretending to do something.

    Most are water cooler drinkers or on the teet for coffee and tea. It is disgusting. No doubt they will say, get your kidded jabbed. Most are fat female pigs.

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  61. Steve trickler says:

    Will Bolt get Tony Heller on his show?

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  62. mh says:

    I won’t post the content, but Fauci has outdone himself here.
    Someone take him out the back and …

    Dr. Fauci: If you aren’t up-to-date on Covid vaccines and boosters, you’re ‘going to get into trouble’

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  63. Black Ball says:

    Johnny Famechon brown bread

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  64. mh says:

    First big bank reacts to RBA rate rise

    Australia’s largest bank, Commonwealth Bank, has become the first of the big four to pass on the Reserve Bank’s latest rate hike.

    As if they’re not all going to do it anyway.

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  65. mh says:

    Here’s Ronnie

    Citizen Free Press
    DeSavage Activated

    “They wanna castrate these young boys – that’s wrong … I think these doctors need to get sued for what’s happening.”

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  66. Steve trickler says:

    Some info on Birx via Polly:

    Birx is a pivotal member of the Medical Mafia – here are some stories you might not know about the evil scarf lady. Birx now says she knew all along that the Covid vaccines wouldn’t work and admitted to subverting the US government (and tricking the world!) in multiple ways while on the COVID-19 Task Force.


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  67. Old bloke says:

    Black Ball says:
    August 4, 2022 at 10:33 am

    Johnny Famechon brown bread

    I didn’t know that he was a Frenchman, Jean-Pierre Famechon.

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  68. JohnJJJ says:

    For those of you following the US wars, the RAND corporation is always present.. If you saw the latest news
    The presence of Armenian troops and “illegal armed groups” in “the territories of Azerbaijan” remains a threat, Baku has said
    So it seems to be all going to plan:
    This chapter describes six possible U.S. moves in the current geopolitical competition: providing lethal arms to Ukraine, resuming support to the Syrian rebels, promoting regime change in Belarus, exploiting Armenian and Azeri tensions, intensifying attention to Central Asia, and isolating Transnistria. RAND 2019 publication.

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  69. Steve trickler says:

    Very clever.



    The United Spot.

    Release The Meltdowns

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  70. mh says:

    The country’s in the very best of hands

    The Age

    Climate bill passes lower house; Australia secures 450,000 monkeypox vaccine doses

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  71. Shy Ted says:

    Ze Great Rezet vill not be sabotaged.
    I wonder what he actually did. Suppressed by the court. Hmm.

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  72. Steve trickler says:

    A link to the doco is upthread @August 2, 2022 at 2:42 pm

    Surprise surprise surprise, those pricks at gulag are doing their best to protect the p*do’s and all the evil sick twisted bastards.


    Stew Peters:

    CPS tried their best to steal baby Cyrus, but our Stew Crew fought harder to get him back!

    Diego Rodriguez is the grandfather of baby Cyrus who was kidnapped by CPS in an effort to traffic & sell him into the foster system. Because of all of your hard work, Cyrus was reunited with his family!

    Diego joins to talk about baby Cyrus, as well as the release of These Little Ones!

    Big Tech Censors, Bans ‘These Little Ones’

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  73. Old bloke says:
    August 4, 2022 at 12:37 pm

    Black Ball says:
    August 4, 2022 at 10:33 am

    Johnny Famechon brown bread

    I didn’t know that he was a Frenchman, Jean-Pierre Famechon.

    Did that make him a ten-franc Frog?

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  74. Steve trickler says:

    Well done with the edit.


    Moody Jill:

    Question, Justin Hayward’s song from the Moody Blues album A Question of Balance

    Moody Blues – Question

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  75. mh says:

    The fantasy merchants at the Paywallian are still at it:

    Putin headed for ‘economic oblivion’
    Sanctions have had a disastrous impact on Russia’s economy, new study shows, despite Moscow’s efforts to downplay them.


    Russia’s economy is fine.
    Russia has plenty of exports to offer the world, and the world is BUYING. That world includes Indian and China.

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  76. mh says:

    Joe Rogan

    The Biden Administration Redefined “Recession”

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  77. Shy Ted says:

    Pet corner
    Save on food
    I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
    Or save money simply by running Fido over.

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  78. Steve trickler says:

    Have fun with this. Interpretation is up to you.

    Rob Dougan – Clubbed To Death (HD)

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  79. Steve trickler says:

    Look at this! Body language is obvious. Just read the script!!!

    Do as you are told!

    We are being ruled from overseas.

    monky mad

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  80. Steve trickler says:

    If you are clued up with all the sh*t going down….this is prophetic.

    Dead Kennedys – Kinky Sex Makes The World Go ‘Round

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  81. You’ve outdone yourself today, Shy Ted.

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  82. Steve trickler says:

    Corruption in a police force. Heaven forbid.

    The negotiator (1998) Chris Sabian in comand

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  83. Steve trickler says:

    A bloke walking his dog.


    wolf bark growl:

    Cash 2.0 Great Dane visits an indoor shopping mall 28

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